installing tongue and groove porch flooring

Q: I need to replace some rotten tongue and groove porch floorboards that were installed only a few years ago. What can I do to When your house was built, the original porch flooring was likely milled from a rot-resistant, old growth species such as longleaf heart pine or cypress. the floor. Installation is straightforward.

Traditional wood porches had special wood; Wood was installed at a slant and shed water; Use borate chemicals to pre-treat wood before installation; Stain all wood on all sides and edges BEFORE installation The wood that was installed on many of the old porches, and the ones I built, had a tongue and groove profile.

Using AZEK building products, specifically AZEK's porch boards, techniques for cheating the boards and installing boards under porch posts are illustrated in this video. The process is the same for almost all tongue and groove flooring. tongue and groove porch floor installation - nearing the corner. This is the stage at which 

For a plainer profile, install tongue-and-groove flooring on your porch ceiling, then paint or stain it. Or choose a flooring made from a wood that stands up to the weather, such as teak or cedar, and either get it prefinished or leave it unfinished for a more rustic look. Because the flooring won't be walked on, you can get away 

Tongue & Groove Porch Decking: Tongue & Groove Porch Decking is for use under covered porches & covered patios only. Installing tongue and groove on a deck without a roof covering the deck surface will cause problems such as allowing excessive water to collect and cause the material to cup, swell, and buckle.

AZEK Porch. Install Guide. TRIM. MOULDING. DECK. PORCH. RAIL. PAVERS. Installation Guidelines . . Caulks, adhesives or other similar products should not be used in the tongue and groove areas of AZEK Porch. AZEK Porch. AZEK does not recommend the use of rubber common caution for vinyl decking products.

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